December 6, 2019 - Special Events & Concerts

Words Out Loud: A Spoken Word Series

Friday, December 6, 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Presenter: Words Out Loud

Recommended Ages: All ages welcome

Location: Room 302, North Arcade Building

Admission: Free

Contact Phone: 240-899-6514

 

The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to host Words Out Loud, a monthly spoken word series! 

 

Meetings typically take place the first Friday of each month and feature readings by accomplished authors, followed by literary trivia and an open mic session.

 

Room 302 is in the North Arcade building. Enter to the right of the neon POPCORN sign across from the Carousel and take the stairs or elevator to the third floor.

 

 

Susan Sonde is an award-winning poet and short story writer. Her debut collection, In the Longboats with Others (New Rivers Press) won the Capricorn Book Award. The Chalk Line was a finalist in the National Poetry Series. In a busy 2019, The Arsonist (Main Street Rag) was released, Evenings at the Table of an Intoxicant was a finalist in the New Rivers New Voices contest, and The Last Insomniac, a chapbook, now working its way to a full collection, was a finalist for the James Tate Award. Individual poems have appeared in many prestigious journals such as the North American Review, the Southern Humanities Review, and New Letters. She has received a National Endowment Award in poetry, grants from the Maryland State Arts Council, and the Gordon Barber Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America.
 
Adam Lauver is an actor, comedian, and recovering PhD student. His work includes dialogic communication research and practice, social justice activism, and facilitating workshops in prisons and jails. In 2018 he coauthored a book chapter titled "The Big Worlds Swirled": Dialogue, Reciprocity, and Rigorous Critical Pedagogy in a Prison Classroom. His first book, an experimental play titled The Last Thing I'll Ever WriteWrite (Part One), was published by Plays Inverse Press in January 2019. He also wrote and stars in The Podney Dangercast, a 40-minuteaudio drama podcast about Rodney Dangerfield.